DCI detectives have launched investigations into Ken Walibora’s cause of death following a new development on the author’s untimely demise.
According to autopsy results, Walibora has a deep knife wound between his thumb and index finger, a blood clot in his head and two missing teeth.
The autopsy conducted by Chief Pathologist Johansen Iduor further revealed that the Siku Njema author had a cracked jaw on the right side of his head and his right hand was also broken.
“He had a cracked jaw on his right side,his right hand was broken and also he had a clot on his right side of the head, and he had lost two teeth all these are common with motor vehicle accident,” says Dr. Oduor.
“He had a wound cut caused by a sharp knife on the space between his thumb and the index finger which is not familiar with motor vehicle accidents.”
According to a witness, Walibora was being chased by street kids on the day of his death. He was reportedly running across the road when he was hit by a vehicle.
An ambulance was quickly called but declined to take him to the hospital, a Nairobi County ambulance rushed him to Kenyatta National Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
Reports indicate that Walibora was left unattended to from 10:30am to midnight when he breathed his last.
The police are also investigating how his vehicle was found along Kijabe street located 30 minutes away from Landhies road where he was knocked by a matatu.
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